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Sossin, K.M. Charone-Sossin, J. (2007). Embedding: Co-Regulation Within Therapeutic Process: Lessons from Development: Response to “Co-Regulated Interactions: Implications for Psychotherapy …,” paper by Stanley Greenspan. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 6(3):259-279.

(2007). Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 6(3):259-279

Embedding: Co-Regulation Within Therapeutic Process: Lessons from Development: Response to “Co-Regulated Interactions: Implications for Psychotherapy …,” paper by Stanley Greenspan

K. Mark Sossin, Ph.D. and Jan Charone-Sossin, Ph.D. and M.S.Ed.

Considerations Regarding Greenspan's Past Contributions

APANORAMIC VIEW OF STANLEY GREENSPAN'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO psychiatry, psychology, and psychoanalysis captures work of exceptional breadth, depth, and remarkable utility to clinicians treating individuals of all ages. Over years of dedicated observation and synthesis, a notable continuity flows through his work. He joined others in attempting to expand the usefulness of Anna Freud's metapsychological profile (Greenspan, Hatleberg, and Cullander, 1976) by both narrowing its scope, updating its developmental constructs, and incorporating interview-based scales of personality functioning. Ingredients of the functional emotional growth he stresses in later contributions are evident here.

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